The Future of Mobility - Powered by Machine Learning and Big Data

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Deloitte

Rosenheimer Pl. 4 · München

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Conference Room No. 5, 2nd Floor.

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Big Data and Machine learning are two of the biggest technologies receiving a lot of attention with a lot of applications, but they are also both complimentary technologies. Machine Learning will be essential to increase the security or the quality of the data while Big Data will enable businesses to make better decisions.

Join our Disrupt meetup for Future of Mobility community in Munich. This community brings together enthusiasts that want to get to know the automotive sector technology, latest developments in this sector, understand how it can be used, and applied in their processes and those that already invest in it.

++++ The meetup is free of charge but there is a limited number of seats. Therefore, please RSVP your free spot on Eventbrite. This is important since you can only join the meetup with a valid Eventbrite ticket
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TOPIC
The Future of Mobility - Powered by Machine Learning and Big Data

SPEAKERS
Here is the current line-up of the upcoming speakers (will be updated over time):

1. Andreas Vogl, Product Marketing Manager, e-shelter
Andreas joined e-shelter in January 2017 as Product Marketing Manager and is responsible for the positioning of e-shelter products and the e-shelter innovation lab. With 25 years of IT experience in various global sales, business development, and product management roles, Andreas has developed, marketed and positioned the strategy for services and products.

2. Dr. Theo Steininger, CEO and Founder, Erium
Dr. Theo Steininger is an authority for the combination of machine learning and the know-how of domain experts. His research on particle physics, string theory and astrophysics at the Technical University of Munich and the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics was complemented with entrepreneurial components, e.g. as a member of the Bayerische EliteAkademie.

3. Michael Jaschke, CEO and Founder, AlterMobili

Michael Jaschke is a serial tech entrepreneur and company builder. He built and sold his first SW startup while still in high school. After graduating from university, he worked 12 years at Siemens, where he quickly rose to oversee the company’s US telecom business and innovation strategy. He was the founder and CEO of multiple startups - Elanti Systems - an AI based telecom spinout, Glomex and today Michael is the founder of Altermobili - a mobility data company focused on solving traffic issues by ubiquitously connecting cars through advanced data services.

AGENDA

19:00 - 19:30 - Entrance
19:30 - 19:40 - Introduction
19:40 - 19:50 - The Future Mobility Hub– Where Mobility Meets Digital Infrastructure
19:50 - 20:05 - Discussion (5 minutes) and Break (10 minutes)
20:05 - 20:15 - When Big Data Fails – How to Make Machine Learning in the Automotive Manufacturing Industry Applicable
20:15 - 20:30 - Discussion (5 minutes) and Break (10 minutes)
20:30 - 20:40 - Inner-City Traffic Reduction Through Intelligent Parking Management
20:40 - 20:55 - Discussion (5 minutes) and Break (10 minutes)
20:55 - 22:00 - Networking

DATE AND VENUE
Date: Thursday, May 16, 2019, 19:00h - 22:00h
Venue: Deloitte, Rosenheimer Platz 4, Conference room 5 (second floor), 81699 Munich

LANGUAGE
This meetup will be held in English.

WANT TO BECOME A SPEAKER?
Do you want to be a speaker or recommend somebody? Please make your proposal here (https://goo.gl/forms/cCenjo1Xo6JUdg9x1) and we will get back to you.

CONTACT
Disrupt Meetup | Future of Mobility Munich
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TICKETS
The meetup is free of charge but there is a limited number of seats. Therefore, please RSVP your free spot on Eventbrite. This is important since you can only join the meetup with a valid Eventbrite ticket
https://www.eventbrite.de/e/the-future-of-mobility-powered-by-machine-learning-and-big-data-tickets-59763289608